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Bad Boys for Life wins a third weekend at the box office

Who would have guessed Will Smith and Martin Lawrence could do it again?

First place this weekend went to Bad Boys for Life with $17.67M domestic for a new total of $148.05M. Its global total sits at $290.75M.

1917 took second place with $9.66M for a new domestic total of $119.24M. The foreign numbers are $129.8M for a global total of $249.04M.

Third place went to Dolittle with $7.7M for a new domestic total of $55.21M and a global total of $126.61M.

Gretel & Hansel landed in fourth place with $6.05M

Fifth place went to The Gentlemen with $6.01M for a new domestic total of $20.44M and a global total of $42.93M.

Worth noting, The Rhythm Section came in tenth in its opening weekend with $2.8M. This marks the lowest ever opening for a film with a screen count above 3,000.

This week’s wide releases will be Birds of Prey (And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn).

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